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post #31 of 362
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post

the germans will prove their prowess...just wait n see...err listen i mean.

 a big/ger soundstage with fuller bass, and a more organic sound..

just wishing....:P

 

Unfortunately neither of the German companies Ultrasone and Beyer ever achieved this with any headphone comparable to the likes of Sennheiser's flagships. 

post #32 of 362
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Originally Posted by pietcux View Post

Yes, as the Signatures are basicly modified HFI/DJ1 cans, Ultrasone has already proven, that they can better the sound alot by reusing old designs. Even the baffle boards did not change.

 

If I'm not mistaken the Sig Pro is based on the ED 9 framework  (tweaked driver). 

post #33 of 362
The Ed 9's are quite rare.
post #34 of 362

Wow if this is an edition 10 without the tshhhhhh , mid range suck and under £1500 it could be awesome.

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... without the tshhhhhh , mid range suck and under £1500 ...

 

You're asking for a lot ;)

post #36 of 362
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Originally Posted by Mortalcoil View Post

 

If I'm not mistaken the Sig Pro is based on the ED 9 framework  (tweaked driver). 

 

Yep, Sig Pro is based on the ED 9.

post #37 of 362
Tylls video review of the edition 10 was pretty dumb , it doesn't reflect the performance of the cans imo.
Also he says ultrasone haven't made anything he likes when he posted a good review of the edition 8 over at headroom, maybe he forgot about them.
“The Ultrasone Edition 8 provides an absolutely engaging and entertaining listen experience, perfectly capable of taking you away from the mundane world of the road and into that place where you and your music are one.  Highly recommended.“
Edited by astroid - 5/8/13 at 10:06pm
post #38 of 362

But then the ED10 happened.

post #39 of 362
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But then the ED10 happened.

This.
post #40 of 362
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But then the ED10 happened.

LOL!!!!!!!!!

 

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post #41 of 362

If you look at the announcement letter there is mention of a HFI-1000 , wonder if that is a new headphone , the editions dont have 'other' names, interesting.........

post #42 of 362

Put them on today but couldn't really give a good impression due to background noise and them being open back didn't help either. They felt comfortable and well built but the only thing I could gather is their highs being tamer than the ED10. There's wasn't a dedicated listening room either unfortunately. The new Ultrasone standard should be those Signatures anway and not the ED10.

post #43 of 362
So you are visiting the High End in München? Or where did you try them?
post #44 of 362

ED 12 shall have a more ED 8 oriented sound. It comes in a bag and costs 1299 Euro. Someone from AREA DVD took this photo. He also states that they sound more neutral than the ED 10.

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Edited by pietcux - 5/11/13 at 3:19am
post #45 of 362

If this new Ultrasone has something of an open signature pro , I would REALLY like to hear it . normal_smile%20.gif

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